The first few weeks of school at Iroquois Central have been busy for Joseph DePlato. As the new, full-time school resource officer, he is responsible for maintaining security in the district, counseling students and creating new programs across all the district's schools.
Charles Schack planned to stay in East Aurora on July 17. The American Legion Department of New York State was hosting its annual convention in Albany that day, but it coincided with a visit from his out-of-town daughter and grandchildren.
The East Aurora Village Board discussed updating its zoning and comprehensive plan at its Sept. 15 meeting, eventually agreeing to send out requests for proposals (RFP) on the project to get an idea of its potential scope and price.
The Marilla United Methodist Church, located at 1910 Two Rod Road, celebrated its 160th anniversary this past Sunday with a special service.
The third annual Taste of East Aurora, featuring numerous restaurants with ties to the greater East Aurora community, will be held Saturday, Sept. 13 from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. on East Aurora's Main Street from Olean Road to Riley/Elm streets.
The Town of Aurora has taken another step forward in the process of switching the town's two dozen water districts over to direct service from the Erie County Water Authority.
Michael Vanner’s lightning-fast hand-eye coordination is getting national attention. A seventh grader at East Aurora Middle School, he recently earned a spot on Team USA for his performance in August at the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) Junior Olympic Games in sport stacking.
After losing on a tough call on the final play last week against West Seneca East, the Iroquois Chiefs varsity football team bounced back in a big way with a 24-0 win against Hutchinson Central Technical High School (Hutch Tech) on Sept. 12.